The merest sample from the richness of the ‘invisible bicycles’ subreddit.
In less than a month, this – albeit rather satisfying – 7-second clip of a waffle falling over has amassed over 460,000 YouTube views, 6600 likes and a huge gallery of obligatory tribute remixes.
Where is your god now?
Featuring captivating, petulant melodies such as: ‘Tale As Old As No’, ‘When Will My No Begin?’, ‘Circle Of No’, ‘A Whole New No’ and ‘Part Of Your No’.
By Eric Proctor
Japanese schoolgirls, bless ’em, make a credible bid for the next Horsemaning/Hadoukening/Vadering photo meme.
Do you see how they did that?
A well-past-its-sell-by-date edition of the Harlem Shake meme goes horribly wrong in Germany.
According to the original uploader, the guy ‘only suffered a few blisters’.
Now let that be an end to it.
Quidditching – because Dragonballing is so fifteen minutes ago.
Launched by schoolboys on 2ch, Japan’s largest bulletin board.
Expect a broomstick tsunami in the coming days.
A postmodern (yes, that’s how quickly it happens) take on the Harlem Shake meme – indeed all memes – by Bold Choice.
Related: LEGO Shake
Youtuber and filmmaker Chris McGuire took to the streets of Harlem to get the perspective of locals to the meme du jour, soon to be the meme d’hier.
Colo terrorita my ass.
If you only watch one Harlem Shake video today, make sure it has sealions and a walrus.